This park which located along Sungei Punggol is also part of the PCN (Park Connector Network) in Singapore. You may wish to start your journey from Lorong Buangkok where the last Kampong in Singapore is situated. Alternatively, you can start the trail from Punggol Point and trail inwardly alongside the river.
Surau Kampong (the last Kampong in Singapore) – I wish it could be prolonged as long as it should be.
From the fruitful rewards of the rainforest trees, might pack along unstoppable echoes of cicadas.
You may be able to spot some fishes swooping from the water, or some dragonflies laying their eggs along the river.
Sight of Godzilla but it’s so much miniature.
According to the information board, this floating wetland is the first and one of a kind in Singapore.
Under the Active, Beautiful, Clean waters (ABC) Programme, it provides natural habitat to biodiversity beautifies the landscape and improves the water quality in the reservoir.
A lookout view of the Wet land under a concrete vehicular bridge.
You may hide away from the weather in this appealing Eggplant shape-like shelter.
Or just go on with the adventurous journey….